|-l||Display information on symbolic links|
File : The resolved physical path to the file. Type : The files type (regular, character/block special, directory, symbolic link, fifo, socket, whiteout, or unknown). Inode : The physical inode of the file, as used by utilities like clri(8). Modes : The User, Group, and Other read/write/execute permissions. Links : The number of hard links to this file. Size : The size of the file in bytes, kilobytes, and megabytes. Kilobytes and megabytes are rounded to the nearest hundredth. Blocks: The number of blocks the file occupies. Mt Ma : The major number of the device the file is on. Mt Mi : The minor number of the device the file is on. IO BS : The ideal input/output block size for the device the file is on. User : The owner of the file. Group : The group of the file. Last Accessed : The date and time the file was last accessed. Last Modifed : The date and time the file was last modified. Status Changed : The date and time the status of the file last changed.
If the file is a character or block special device, the following will be shown :
Major : The major number of this device. Minor : The minor number of this device.
If the file has flags such as those set by chflags, the following will be shown :
Flags : The files user definable flags. These will be one or more of: arch, opaque, nodump, sappnd, schg, sunlnk, uappnd, uchg or uunlnk for more on what these mean, please refer to chflags(1).
The following are examples of typical usage :
% finfo /bin/sh
% finfo /dev/null
% finfo -l /sys
Exit status is 0 on success or an error number if the command fails for any of the reasons that lstat, stat, or realpath may fail.
finfo may not function properly on non FreeBSD systems.
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